Small Happiness

Small Happiness:
Women of a Chinese Village

"To give birth to a boy is considered a big happiness. To give birth to a girl is a small happiness. Well, you can't say it's no happiness."

-- A grandfather in Long Bow village

Small Happiness (58 min., 1984) explores sexual politics in rural China with segments on love and marriage, foot-binding, child-bearing and birth control.

Read a review of Small Happiness from
the New York Times.

View an excerpt from the film.

For further information, please contact:

Katherine Kline, Distribution Director
617 West End Avenue
New York, NY 10024
Tel: 212/724-9302 Fax: 212/769-0838

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